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Recommendations for a website builder?

I already have a website that's ok, but it just does not loo ericcrapton02/24/17
Howdy, Do you have a link to your current web site? Re adamdenverco07/05/18
I would recommend weebly for static websites under 10 pages. rubberduck02/24/17
ericcrapton (Feb 24, 2017 - 8:46 pm)

I already have a website that's ok, but it just does not look as good as something a professional would build. Does anyone have any recommendations on a service that builds websites? I just need three static pages that look like they were built by someone who knows what they are doing. Thanks.

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adamdenverco (Jul 5, 2018 - 11:30 pm)

Howdy,

Do you have a link to your current web site?

Reach out to me (here’s my linkedin) and I can give you some advice based on my decade+ of web experience.

My LinkedIn
https://www.linkedin.com/in/adammatthewwright/

Previous Client Projects PDF
http://www.adammwright.com/files/Adam_Projects.pdf

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rubberduck (Feb 24, 2017 - 9:12 pm)

I would recommend weebly for static websites under 10 pages.

They are very affordable, they always update their designs (templates) using the latest web design standards, and building websites with their sitebuilder is as easy as making a PowerPoint presentation. Drag and drop style, no coding. Also their websites are mobile-friendly, which is super important these days since everyone surfs the net on their phones.

Find a web host that has weebly software installed and make sure it's the latest version. HostGator has weebly for example, but they haven't updated the software so the templates are older and less aesthetic. I personally use iPage and would recommend them for your 3-page static site.

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